Living into our commitments to countering oppressions and anti-racism, this Sunday we will celebrate our partnership with the Ella Baker Center and local art honoring the Black Panthers. In conjunction with the Promise and Practice of our Faith Campaign, the collection will go to support Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism (BLUU). Join Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, Worship Associates E.N Hill and Elle Parks, Church Musicians Stefan Schneider and Renee Witon, the church choir, Micky Duxbury, Ella Baker Center representatives, and local mural artist Refa One, as we explore the work of countering white supremacy and co-creating the Promised Land. There is Children’s Chapel today
Speaker: Worship Associate Elle Parks
We live in a world of covenants—both temporal and divine. Some are not honored, while others stand the great test of time. These sacred agreements are central to liberal religious identity and the promises we make to each other. How might covenant help us to navigate a world of so much brokenness and invite new possibilities for restoration, healing, and wholeness? Please join Rev. Jeremiah Kalendae, Worship Associate Elle Parks, Musicians Stefan Schneider, Geoff Ullerich, and Half Dozen of the Other for transformative worship this Sunday! This is a Time For All Ages Service.